On behalf of the EU Commission, the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI together with ICF Consulting Services Limited explored the contribution that individual technologies can make to decarbonizing industry and the possible paths that lead to this by 2050.
German industry experts and network operators discussed upcoming trajectories of the Energiewende focusing on network development at the 12th ETP Conference (Design, expansion and reconstruction of high voltage and extra high voltage networks) in Stuttgart on 16 October 2017
A new brochure has appeared based on the FORECAST model with key figures describing the current state of the transition towards a low-carbon heating and cooling sector in Europe.
On the occasion of the Heat Roadmap Europe (HRE) workshop in Brussels on Tuesday 7th March, over 80 participants from all over Europe learned about the different types of heating and cooling demand and supply, the exact heating and cooling potential and where it is located. Representatives from academia, associations, the municipal sector, NGOs and the private sector gathered together for the afternoon to consider the how HRE4 results can support with solutions to decarbonise the heating sector on the local, national and European scale.
A current research project analyses the impacts on supply security in southern Germany of decarbonising the power sector
Electricity grid development plan 2030: Study of Fraunhofer ISI explores how regional electricity demand and load will develop in Germany
4th European Conference on Behaviour and Energy Efficiency (Behave 2016)
Energy Systems Conference 2016
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A Phd thesis finds positive effect of demand response for the integration of renewable energies in the German electricity system.
A recently published dissertation describes the extension of the FORECAST model to enable a scenario analysis for the German residential sector under the consideration of declining technological knowledge.